Courageous voices of immigrants and transnationals of color : counter narratives against discrimination in schools and beyond
Source:Black studies & critical thinking ; v. 4, Peter Lang, New York, p.162 (2011)
Call Number:Cubb E184 .A1 O74 2011
Keywords:Discrimination in education--United States, Immigrants--United States, Minorities--United States, Orelus, Pierre W, Racism--United States--Psychological aspects, United States--Race relations
Contents: My language, my voice, my freedom. A counternarrative of an ELL immigrant of color living in the U.S. diaspora -- Change of context, change of identity. Price paid for being a transnational person of color with an accent -- In search of a place called home. The linguistic, cultural, and socioeconomic dislocations of immigrants and transnationals of color -- Facing racial and socioeconomic discrimination with courage -- See their humanity in their otherness an appeal for equal rights for immigrants and transnationals of color -- Critical pedagogy and the life struggles of immigrants and English learners of color -- Being and feeling in exile. The heavy cost of being different.